ANAPRO (was Analytical Products)

Location: Buellton, CA

Hardware Products

4 MHz speedup module for the H89, $45

6 MHz speedup modules for the H89, $59

REP3 - Auto-Key repeat for the H19/H89 (pictures coming) - kit $35, assembled $45

TIM2 - Real-Time Clock for the H89 - plugged into left slot - kit: $65, assembled $75

Right-angle Card Extender for the H89

Software Products

CPC - a CP/M to PC-DOS transfer program. $35

CPC copyright info - " Technically, the code is copyright by me and Grant Gustafson, but Grant has
long ago expressed willingness to share it all. Hope you can make good use
of it.

Peter Shkabara

Kolya23 <at> gmail <dot> com" - source SEBHC google group message.

EMULATE - Allows reading/writing of other CP/M file formats with the Z-89-37 soft-sectored controller. $59

Emulate copyright info - "Emulate was copyrighted only by me and I am releasing it for anyone to use as appropriate.

Peter Shkabara

Kolya23 <at> gmail <dot> com" - source SEBHC google group message.

ZCPR3 - bootable Z-System for H89/H8, Includes ZRDOS+ and book  $98

Comments from Peter Shkabara

Due to the low volume of the last two products (ed. TIM2, H89 Extender), I manufactured the PCBs myself in a home lab. Unfortunately, at one point the manufacturer of the raw PCB material lost their capability to produce the proper photoresist and I could not produce any more boards! 


Owner/CEO: Peter Shkabara

Dates: 1983 - early 1990s.

Current Status: Company has been dissolved.


Last Modified: Monday, 01-Jun-2020 21:02:15 PDT

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This site is dedicated to preserving the history of the original Heathkit computers. They were initially release in 1977 and included the 8-bit H-8 and 16-bit H-11 systems. The H89 was released in 1979.